Tiffin Universityís Graduate Programs:

Tiffin University is responsive to your needs.  We recognize that as youíre looking at graduate programs, youíll have questions.  Below are some of the most frequently asked questions.  If you have additional questions, just contact the Graduate Admissions Office.  We have the answers!

Q) Is Tiffin University accredited?

A) Yes. Tiffin University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Q) Is there a thesis or comprehensive exam required for graduation?

A) No. There is a capstone course at the end in which you apply your learning to a contemporary real world problem.

Q) Will I need a GRE or GMAT for Admission?

A) No. Applicants must have an accredited bachelorís degree.   Applicants with at least a 3.0 GPA will be accepted.  Applicants not meeting this qualification will be reviewed, with those having a 2.5+ GPA and 5 or more years of professional work experience considered first.

Q) Once admitted do I have to seek candidacy status for graduate studies?

A) No. Once you are accepted into the program, you must only continue to remain in good academic standing to complete the program, no additional graduate candidacy required.

Q) Would you tell me more about online classes at Tiffin University?

A) Sure.  In fact, you can learn more by clicking here:  TU Online Classes.

Q) What should I know about TUís MBA and MSCJ degrees?

A) The Tiffin University Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is widely recognized by various institutions and corporations as providing students with a level of skill and knowledge that enables them to assume positions of greater responsibility and reward. Some students choose to continue their graduate education by entering doctoral programs at other universities.

The Tiffin University Master of Science in Criminal Justice (MSCJ) degree is built upon an experienced faculty with outstanding academic preparation and in-depth field experience.

Q) What else is important to know about TUís graduate programs?

A) Every course in the Graduate Studies Programs addresses the following areas:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Computer and communication technology
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership skills
  • Global awareness
  • Self-evaluation and growth
  • Ethics and law
  • Adaptability
  • Teamwork
  • Diversity
  • Balance of work, school and personal life

The Tiffin University graduate programs provide students with a challenging curriculum and a motivated faculty. Students in turn contribute enthusiasm and experience while assimilating the realization that education is an ongoing process.

Education For The Real World: A Teamwork Approach

The graduate program has been designed as a learning environment that brings home the realities of getting along and getting ahead in today's global economy. Throughout the program, you will learn crucial leadership and team skills through peer/faculty feedback, group development, interpersonal dynamics and conflict resolution.

Through development of individual decision making, interpersonal and learning styles, Tiffin University graduates will find that, whether they are called upon to be a team player, or leader, or both, they are prepared.

This is education for the real world!